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Stages of the Plague ( Black Death)

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Stages of the Plague ( Black Death)
buboes - swollen lymph nodes
develop within a week after an infected flea bites you
•Situated in the groin, armpit or neck

•About the size of a chicken egg

•Tender and warm to the touch

How to contract the plague
is not usually spread from person to person
rats, mice and squirrels, carry the infection
Fleas that live on these animals act as "vectors" and carry the infection from the rodent to humans
Signs and Symptoms

Sudden onset of fever and chills

Headache

Fatigue or malaise

Muscle aches

Seizures
Diagnosis of the Bubonic Plague

Buboes. If you have the swollen lymph nodes (buboes) characteristic of bubonic plague, a fluid sample can be taken from them with a needle.
Blood. Yersinia pestis bacteria generally are present in your bloodstream only if you have septicemic plague.
Lungs. To check for pneumonic plague, your doctor will take sputum or fluid from your airways using endoscopy — a thin, flexible tube inserted through your nose or mouth and down your throat.
Treatments for the Bubonic plague
Must be treated within a 24 hour time period
Antibiotics
streptomycin

gentamicin

doxycycline

ciprofloxacin
Any person who has had close contact with the patient should be traced, identified, and evaluated.

Contacts of patients with plague may be placed under observation or given preventive antibiotic therapy

depending on the degree and timing of contact.
Why contain it?
bubonic plague bacteria can quickly multiply in the bloodstream

possibly causing septicemic plague

even progress to the lungs causing pneumonic plague


Crude Facts
1-17 cases each year
age group: Infants up can get it
Both in male and female but recorded in more men
Live for 2- 6 days
Work Cited
http://www.cdc.gov/plague/maps/
http://plague.emedtv.com/bubonic-plague/bubonic-plague-treatment.html
http://www.medicinenet.com/script/main/art.asp?articlekey=2544
http://www.mayoclinic.org/diseases-conditions/plague/basics/symptoms/con-20021610
http://www.nlm.nih.gov/medlineplus/ency/article/000596.htm
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